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THE WAYNESYUXE M0UNTAINEE3
CTciad To Be Back In Peace And
rW " J: mv first
& "Florida fine; it is
"ieTarf unlike any part
Estates. There, it is
ST. ideal playground lor
1 ,j Deetolly in tne win
orii MlTv" 7 ho can af -
beV.ur land motor,
iL under a warm
ebbing in the way
ftcrop." There is horse
Zn. boat racing,
tag and other forms of entertain
ment too numerous to metion; but
the main attractions are Old Sol
and the ocean these are free to
the poorest comer.
'RoW Traps Spies
When June arrived in Miami, I
longed for the cool. Balsam-scented
mountain air of Waynesville and
Balsam. From October through
May, the weather suited me exactly
in Florida, even the couple of cool
waves that blew down from the
frozen North; but the heat, in June,
made me feel hot and sticky.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer rented the
entire Highland Hotel for Spencer
Tracy and the heads of various
departments, during the month of
niGE TAX ORDINANCE, 1941, TOWN OF WAYNESVILLE
ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town
. -.asyiJIe vnat vl 4 - - -
'rSr vilip. for the year beginning May 31, 1941, and end-
t. 1942, be levied as follows: s
iitirnnnr. . rvi cv uv . ,vv
Ujnf-Upon advertising by use of sound truck or by
t " 7i:- i .
Irtisine- Agents noi bpwuk" j i num ... .
traveling theatrical company, tent
K other single attractions of like nature, per day ......
ton Mies of real estate per obio. ............. -
Lwles of real estate per annum ................
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rOUK ulu '
c. ni.Vi nVim'n ntnrn located in eitv or town
stores-"' tv.. w.... ----- -------
idle tables, merry-go-rounas, eic. ............ . ...... iv.w
ihnnsanu oauj k""
D in a barber shop ............... ..............
er shops and Beauty parlors Jf'or eacn Deauncian or nair
tot or Fire sales Or like sales For first week of sale
i Jay -r
..j Win Retail On premises beer .
im - . .
uid wine dealers RetailOn premises wine ........................
,rd8 and pool tables, per table lfo.00 to ifzo.uu, accoraing
size. : "-t '"
ding houses not classified as hotels ...............U....................... 10.00
ig alleys Each alley kept or operated .......... n.ou
ries-Upon each vehicle delivering bakery products manu-
h,l niitsidn of town 25.00
ries-rUpon each local bakery within the town .................... 10.00
pistols, etc. dealers m firecrackers, hreworks or otner ar
ia of like kind, cap pistols .................. ..... -suu.uo
i restaurants, cafeterias, lunch counters, lunch stands and
Places with chairs, stools or benches for less than ten per-
L, ..: : : ........... 5.00
For each additional chair, stool or bench ......
m stands serving prepared sandwiches only
irals and similar attractions
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH '
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
At the Bible school Sunday morn
ing at 9:45 the study is .taken
from Acta 16:1-15. The theme is,
"The Gospel Enters Europe." Oth
ers brought the gospel westward
to us! Shall we give it to others ?
At the morning worship services
at 11 o'clock the pastor in har
mony with the patriotic emphasis
of July 4, will preach on "Christian
ity on TriaL" At the evening wor
ship at 8 o'clock the theme will be
nasted Power." Attend worship
services Sunday. The safest place
during this dangerous holiday
season is God a house.
The Baptist Training Union, with
groups for all ages, will meet at
p. m.. The mid week prayer
services offer opportunity for med
itation, fellowship, prayer and
Known as "Keeno. Kin of tti
' Robots," Al D. Blake, 50, is credited
with brineinr about eanture of
Commander Itaru tatibana, 89, of
the Japanese Navy, and Torsichl
Kono, 67, on espionage charges in
Los Angeles. Blake, a former U. S.
Naw veoman. sava he was Mr A ta
obtain secret naval information for
the Japanese on two trips to Hawaii
and gave them "secrets" supplied
by the Navy after he revealed the
1 plot to G-men.
Fines Creek News
ises, menageries, wild west, dog or pony shows
th shows or exhibitions traveling on railroads and re
ring transportation of; Not more than 2 cars, per day
c- 6 cars inclusive, per day .......................... .
Such shows or exhibitions traveling by automobiles, wucks
other vehicles other than railroad cars, and requiring
importation of: Not over 2 cars, per day ..........
to i vehicles, per day .. .... . ....................
B 10 vehicles, per day .....
K cigarettes and tobacco retailers and jobbers
m coKe dealers Ketau dealers ... .
Wonary and fruits stands ..................
I Each male ....:... ...,..........................-.--.-...".v."'"""""""
Each female .....i..,...,.......,..:............-...... ..".
esi companies ....,.;............
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f ffieatr-Retail -
p tellers, clairvoyants, etc. ..................
m ... ... ............
naptha, benzine, oil, etc. distribution
m flnrl ill .i. nnJn
I- m ir.wim; teiieiH, OtlUillllg UOIIUB . ................... :
-American Plan Plan for room in which rates per per
Per dav arpi
P than 12.00 per room
ai and less than $3.00 per room
W and less than Sinn nor' rnnm
pthan $2.00 per room .................... .
and less than $3.00 per room ...................
p) and less than i Kft nor rnnm .... ....................
I . . T..vv . .... .
J salesmen and merchants ................
wt photojnraphew .: ,,,:..:
nt motor vehicle dealer
P stores . .... " '
7 and silvprwnro
. , HUVU1VM OBAAXrk
Knes ... . . ....
N Persons soiinitincr luisinpssi to be performed outside
w town .................
chicle license tax Z"!!!Z
h Picture or vaudevaie shows
Within a radius of five miles
there are three saw mills now in
operation on Fines Creek. Two
of the mills are owned and oper
ated by the Green Brothers, Carl
and Waldo, sons of Mr. and Mrs
They employ a number of men
and logs are trucked from the
vicinity and distant points.
The other mill is owned by V.
B. Green, merchant of this section,
His mill will be ready for sawing
the latter part of the week.
With the growing demand for
labor these mills are proving a
great asset to the community in
giving the farmers an opportunity
to turn their leisure hour into
The Woman's Missionary Society
will hold the regular meeting at
the home of Mrs. Chas, B. Mc
Crary on July 24th.
Miss Lura Mae Green has as her
mieats Miss Betty Lynch, of Meb
ane and Miss Annie Lura Tate,
of Efland, both classmates of
the hostess at Elon College.
Mark Kirkoatrick, who is locat
ed at Newport News, spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Kirkpatrick.
Rev. J. G. Huggin, Jr Pastor
The Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will be observed at the
eleven o'clock worship hour. At
the evening service Mrs. James
Atkins will lead in a study of
Missions with Miss Bessie Boyd
conducting the devotional period.
intendent of Sunday school.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon subject "ABIDING IN
The Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will be administered at
the morning service.
Christian Endeavor society will
meet at 7:00 p. m.
The mioVweek prayer service on
Wednesdy evening at 8:00 o'clock.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rector, Rev. Raymond E. Mac
Blain. Sunday, July 6.
9:45 a. m. Church school.
11:00 a. m. Holy ..Communion
8:00 p. m. Evening prayer and
sermon at Canton.
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, Pas
William Chambers, Jr., super-
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
SERMON "God" will be the subject of the
lesson-sermon on Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock in the assembly rooms
in the Masonic Temple. The Golden
Text will be taken from Issiah 43:3
"I am the Lord thy God, the Holy
One of Israel, thy Savior." There
will also be passages from the
Christian Science textbook,
"Science and health with key to
the Scriptures," by Mary Baker
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Jr's occupational license on cigarette venders
p "vitiuca ........ k
pent food vending or merchandising machines
rsnt food vending or merchandising machines
i,.' Fuuusners, weemy
r-Dealers in- vpiir
If on foot: . " ''' : .
p with horse or other animal and with or without ve
P Propelled by motor or other mechanical power, for each
f ' ' .....
Fof fruits, vegetables or product of the farm
. - F"i:orn stanas ..... -
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m bowia !: j. It.- .lirKrahntsi. loaded.
.!rn or metallic knuckles or articles of like kind . ... ZOO.oo
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-. variriage pisiois . - 1
k, , "c"uc cartridges only
ibe S ' dry clening Plants and hat blockers
fn i . " vvuuotVUIB UW."lw-
i amonated draft arm oi eacn .
Iks-On each place of business where bottled carbonat-
krr,fre sold at retail . ---- ";r "r"T
I m ery' indoor baseball, etc.-Upon each public shootj
miniature golf, indoor baseball or amusement ot
1 uiCf ;
nt, compam'es -1!I1 ..--
romes or camps (5 rooms or less) .: "
f homes or r.,.. . .v.. c (ner room)
and reUilers in coffins
refrigerators, washing machines, vacuum cleaners
Pianos, organs, graphophones, victrolas, radios, radio
rtohT T Ce 8dPting nd levying pnvuege -- .
i'?? hst was duW nH n the first reading at an adjourned
sneio: on J,,.
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HEDWIG A. LOVE,
May, when they were in Ocala
making moving pictures oi iviarjo
rie Kinnan Rawlings' Pulitzer Prize
novel "The Yearling." Of course
Rnpiipe as Soencer Tracy was af-
T "f . T .
fectionately called by tne otner
mfimhers of the company, plays the
lead in this interesting story of
Florida folk who live in tne lorests
nfar Ocala. I understood that the
boy, who plays Jody, had trouble
in memorizing his lines. I remem
ber, summer before last, I had a
mnirotain hov ' picked out who
would have been a natural for Jody,
but, as I was m Atlanta, I couldn t
get words to him back in the moun
tains and have him come to At
lanta in time for the try outs.
Mr. Long at the country club will
foil vnn that I bunied tin the wires
between Atlanta and Waynesville,
trying to get a message tnrougn to
him for I realized what it would
have meant to us at Waynesville.
t iiiwW stand that the picture has
been temporarily shelved for a
year. ,'; ; -..'.'-'-:
Early next morning I left for
Atlanta T Hrnvp in the rain until
I reached McRae, the home of the
Governor of Georgia. Just beiore
I reached QTugene Talmadge's farm,
the rain stopped. As I drove up to
his gas tank on tne nignway, a
half 'dozen fat mules, with men
astride them, came in from the
fields. A country boy told me that
they needed rain badly. I couldn't
understand this for Governor Tal
.ajrra nrnmised rain rieht after
the June elections and he usually
keeps his promises. I got to winn
ing though that maybe he didn't
have any special prestige with the
Lord or his crops would have had
In Atlanta, I spent the night
with Louise Barili, Her great
aunt was the famous singer, Ade
lina Patti. Louise teaches piano
Next day I left for Balsam. I
was glad when I finally reached
Rushaven, my mountain home, for
I need the peace and quiet of
God's hills and valleys after a
hectic winter in a busy city.
"Too late to save England!" croak
the defeatists m the United States.
A, gentleman who has recently
flown to England from Germany
doesn't seem to think so.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday 11:00
A. M., E. S. T.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday 8:00
A. M., E. S. T,
Bryson City, every Sunday 8:00
, Daughter of Viscount Halifax, Brit-,
t Ua ambassador toWashtaftoa, Lady
Ami Dorothy Faversham is pictararf
aa aha arrived la Saa Francisoo br
, dlppar plana from the Pa Kart,
She was en route from India to Lmh
i doa to rejoin her haaband, tka Earl
A. Mm E. S. T.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th
Sunday 8:00 A. M., E. S. T.
Highlands, every Sunday 11:00
A. M., E. S. T.
Andrews, every 1st Sunday 8:00
A. M-, E. 8, T.
Murphy, every 6th Sunday 7:00
A. M. C. S. T.
Sec. 125, Motor Vehicle Laws of
North Carolina "No person hav
ing control or charge of a motor
vehicle shall allow such vehicle to
stands on highway unattended with
out first setting the brakes thereon
and stopping the motor of said ve
hicle and when standing upon any
grade without turning the front
wheels of such vehicle to the curb
or side of the highway."
In other words, before leaving
a vehicle parked with no one in it,
be sure that the motor is cut off
and that the emergency brake is on,
and if parked on a grade, see that
the front wheels are cut toward
the curb or side of -the roadway.
At night be sure to leave your
parking lights on.
Milk Mixture for
doctor ud hoapitala vrarjrwlxr proraa
aniuually wMeaMful In th UwtiMnl of iliH
chnleTcua itohijii ron
m praparatkm nt to ffaettn that ta nn
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nuat InutMdiaUly aftar It la ad. Alaa rasoai
mmdad for ru paina, Indlsaatioo and haart
burndiM to hyparaeldity. Suffaran mar aow try
thia at horn by obtaining a bottl of Lurin freaa
In tb pumt form, Eaiytotako. Joat mU twa
taupoonfula In a M-Blawof milk . CoaU but littla
and aold unoar an ahaoluta luannta It mart
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Real Service, see
C PLACE KJ
Af to uvg xYV
Singer Sewing Machine
Hemstitching and Button Holes
Opposite Masonic Temple
Hot and Cold Drinks
Lunches Packed to
See Us For
C. E RAY'S SONS
EVERYTHING FOR THE FAMILY
YOU CAN PARK SHOP AND
SAVE WITH US
Eyes Examined . , . .
DR. R. KING HARPE
' " T OPTOMETRIST
125 Main Street , Wells Bldg.
Canton, N. C.
HUB'S TAXI rhone
At Henderson's Corner 44
Corner Main & Church St
"Always Ready To Serve"
Pure Oil Service
CHAS. GARRISON, Owner
Finest Grade Materials Used
YOUR AGENT FOR
"We Protect the Family"
We have a policy for every member
of the family.
Box 297 Waynesville, N. C.
I f Tin Satisfaction
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Oppotlta Court Houta
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Beverages Of All Kinds
Waynesville Gulf Service
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